Uriel criticizes DeeOne, educates him on Genevieve Nnaji’s mental health
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Notable chef, Uriel Oputa, criticizes comedian DeeOne for chasing clout with age-shaming comments about veteran actress Genevieve Nnaji. The incident has stirred significant reactions online, drawing attention to the often toxic nature of social media discourse.

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It would be recalled that Genevieve Nnaji, who has been keeping a low profile for the past year, took to her Instagram story to support Ayra Starr by sharing a video of herself listening to the Mavins singer’s sophomore album. The appearance of Genevieve, who has largely stayed out of the public eye, was a pleasant surprise for her fans and followers.

The video went viral, with many praising Genevieve for her youthful appearance despite her age. Fans and admirers celebrated her beauty and grace, applauding her for maintaining such a vibrant look. However, not everyone shared these sentiments.

DeeOne, a popular comedian, disagreed with the praises Genevieve received. He took to social media to urge netizens to stop deceiving the actress. He argued that Genevieve is old and should begin taking on mother and grandmother roles, rather than being described as young. His comments sparked a wave of controversy, with many calling them disrespectful and inappropriate.

In response, Uriel took to her Instagram story to criticize DeeOne’s comments. She emphasized that some topics should be off-limits and highlighted that Genevieve was focusing on her mental health. Uriel's response resonated with many who believe that mental health should be treated with sensitivity and respect.

Uriel added that not everything should be turned into content, noting the toxic nature of social media and the prevalence of individuals struggling with suicidal thoughts. She stressed the importance of being mindful about what is shared online and the impact it can have on others.

In her words;

“DeeOne, I love you, bro, but Genevieve? Come on, bro. There are things you just don’t dabble in at all. A woman that’s trying to get her mental health together!! Bro, there are just things you don’t say; let it be a thought.”

She continued, “Social media is toxic. We need to learn how to filter our thoughts. There are a lot of people on the brink of suicide. Not everything is content.”

Uriel’s comments have sparked a broader conversation about the need for sensitivity and respect in social media interactions. Many have praised her for standing up for Genevieve and highlighting the importance of mental health awareness. The incident serves as a reminder of the power of words and the impact they can have on individuals, particularly those dealing with personal challenges.